Midterm election results and recent surveys show us that extremist views aren’t as popular as we might think.
This Supreme Court is reshaping religious liberty without deference to principles that have protected it for decades.
BJC urges the Senate to engage Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in thoughtful ways about her understanding and approach to the fundamental and foundational right of religious liberty.
The Carson v. Makin case marks the third time in only five years that the Court will consider a case involving a religious claim to participate in a government program that conflicts with a state’s legitimate interest in avoiding the funding of religion.
Until courts sift through the claims, the impact of vaccine mandates and religious exemptions will depend primarily on decisions made by individuals that promote or undercut the goals of public health and the responsible exercise of religious liberty.